NAB UPDATE - July 25, 2012

The NAB offices are moving locations from temporary facilities at Oak Hills Church in Folsom, CA, to our permanent offices in Roseville, CA.

The physical move will occur on Monday, July 30, 2012.  Due to the necessary transport of equipment, furnishings, and supplies to the new office, please note:

Triennial 2012 Highlights

Please take a few moments and share in some of the highlights of NAB’s 2012 Triennial in Orlando.

Nearly 600 individuals representing NAB churches from all over Canada, United States, and other international nations, gathered at the Peabody Hotel in Orlando, FL., to worship together, gain inspiration from gifted speakers, hear valuable information from seminars, and connect with friends, missionaries, and new acquaintances.

NAB UPDATE - June 11, 2012

Part of our role at the International Office is to evaluate the strategies and effectiveness of our NAB mission fields. We have been asked to provide leadership on behalf of our NAB churches, and I believe this leadership must include accountable stewardship and future planning. While one of the most energizing privileges of my job is to explore new mission opportunities (NEXT Nations) that the Lord may have for us as a conference of churches, one of the most delicate challenges is to bring change to an existing work. We all know that change is hard. But it is even more challenging when you effect change in a cross cultural setting. 

Dr. Gideon K. Zimmerman with the Lord

Dr. Gideon K. Zimmerman 91, a resident of the Westminster Terrace, Louisville, Kentucky, passed away Tuesday, December 20th, 2011. He was born, August 18, 1920 in Lehr, ND to the late Konrad and Christine Maier Zimmerman.  Dr. Zimmerman was ordained May 23, 1943 by the North American Baptist Conference.

North American Baptist Conference Weekly Update - July 25, 2011

For God so loved…..He gave!

Can you imagine what it’s like to spend considerable time contacting people via phone, e-mail, snail mail, and face-to-face in order to invite them to participate in an opportunity to give “over and above” for a ministry or special cause? I know, a lot of folks would shy away (maybe run away) from such a task.

Since recently assuming the role of president of the North American Baptist Foundation, I’ve engaged in this task on a regular basis. Let me give you two examples of how blessed I’ve been in connecting with NABers across the country. 

Example #1: A faithful NAB congregation encountered difficult financial straits. They found they needed to forego a commitment they’d made to support a new missionary appointee to an NAB mission field.

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